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Police Probe Stabbing In Castries


Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred on Jeremie Street, Castries, Wednesday.

An ambulance from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) headquarters responded at about 10:55 pm.

On arrival, the emergency responders discovered that a male had sustained a stab wound to the leg and transported him to the OKEU Hospital in stable condition.

The circumstances surrounding the incident were not immediately apparent.

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  1. Jeremie street again. Why aren’t liquor laws enforced.

    Subject to section 14(1) any application to the licensing Board for a certificate under this Act may be refused on any of the following grounds—
    (a) that the premises are unfit for the purpose of the certificate applied for or are in the opinion of the Board undesirable to be licensed;
    (b) that the applicant is not a person of good character;
    (c) that the applicant having within the preceding year been a holder of a licence in any part of the State allowed his or her licensed premises to become a nuisance to his or her neighbourhood;
    (d) that the premises are likely to be a nuisance to the neighbourhood;
    (e) that the applicant has neglected to comply with any of the provisions of this Act in making his or her application;
    (f) that there is a sufficient number of premises already licensed to meet the needs of the neighbourhood;
    (g) that the applicant has not attained the age of 21 years;
    (h) that the premises do not comply with the provisions of section 38;
    (i) that a licence granted to him or her or his or her spouse or any relative resident with the applicant has been cancelled under the provisions of this Act;
    (j) that the premises are within 1 /2 a mile of a distillery; (k) that the premises are within 200 yards of a school, church or place of public worship.

  2. Most Lucians are not real law abiding and I hate to say this – even without a license they will function unbar tab laa – and that’s the reality.


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